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Marovo Lagoon

Uepi, Solomon Islands
+677 75 03732
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Marovo Sea Lodge

Had a fantastic stay at Marovo Sea Lodge. You will stay in small huts on a family's property... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2017
Jill S
Amazing Diving

The lagoon is a scuba divers paradise. The water temp ranges between 26 - 30c and has amazing... read more

Reviewed 1 October 2016
GavsAdventures
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Solomon Islands
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Many uninhabited islands, and tweny inhabited, dot Marovo Lagoon, the world's largest lagoon at 140 km.
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  • Very good3%
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1 Mar 2017
“Marovo Sea Lodge”
30 Sep 2016
“Amazing Diving”
LOCATION
Uepi, Solomon Islands
CONTACT
+677 75 03732
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Reviewed 2 March 2017

Had a fantastic stay at Marovo Sea Lodge. You will stay in small huts on a family's property - Jeremiah and Dixon are your hosts, they are mentioned in several reviews. The food was fantastic, and Jeremiah and Dixon will happily arrange activities for you....More

Thank Jill S
Reviewed 1 October 2016

The lagoon is a scuba divers paradise. The water temp ranges between 26 - 30c and has amazing visibility up to 50m. Pelagics, macro, reefs, walls and wrecks. This place has it all and is very accessible from Uepi Island Resort by boat. If you...More

1  Thank GavsAdventures
Reviewed 31 August 2016

Kopikorapa is a small private owned lodge on a private island, near Uepi resort. It's basically a local older man (James) who is trying to get an accommodation lodge up and running at his own house, with help of family and friends, but he's not...More

1  Thank Bruce S
Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

We stayed at the locally owned Sea Lodge resort near Chunchulu in Marovo Lagoon. The location is fantastic and the views over the lagoon are great. The accommodation is small and traditional but the owner has big plans for expansion- I'm still unsure whether this...More

6  Thank HooverDoc
Reviewed 4 August 2016

this lagoon is spectacularly beautiful. the water is so clear that you can see the colourful fish and water creatures without having to dive or snorkel. On of the most beautiful places I've been to.

1  Thank Pamsreview
Reviewed 11 June 2016 via mobile

A beautiful place to visit - we spent two nights in the Marovo lagoon enjoying the sun, sea, fishing and wildlife. A wonderful place to base yourself as you island hop and experience the diversity of the western Provence.

1  Thank Amos Q
Reviewed 3 May 2016 via mobile

Dear guests, The morovo lagoon is probably the most preserved lagoon in the world. For those adventurous people who wants to reach a such beautiful place and encounter true people, you'll find in marovo sea lodge a little piece of paradise to settle down for...More

1  Thank Antonin S
Reviewed 28 March 2016

We were greeted by war canoes of Telina village and were shown demonstrations in the village of local crafts and cooking while being entertained by musicians. Off shore there is excellent snorkelling over the coral reef.

3  Thank Anthony G
Reviewed 28 November 2015

We went to the Marovo Lagoon to do a tour around. But Maravo Sea Lodge appeared to be in the lagoon! So we arrived at Marovo Sea lodge with the intention to stay 1 night, but we ended up staying here our whole holiday. In...More

7  Thank Chantal V
Reviewed 7 October 2015

This is a place to explore for days. Outer parts of lagoon gave great diving into the abyss. Inner parts shallow coral full of fish and sharks. Some villages, especially those not decimate by clear wood cuttings have developed a tradition of sustainable, and valuable...More

Thank JEnriquez
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